(Click to Submit)

http://www.ushmm.org/

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/index.htm

http://www.usatoday.com/

**5 May 2016: Students will submit Vocab Part 3 (below), finish Section 4 questions (due tomorrow), work on CW #9 (due tonight), start reading**

SUBMIT VOCAB HERE.

4 May 2016: Students will finish Part 3 Vocab then read

3 May 2016: We will study for the quiz, then we will take the quiz.

CLICK HERE FOR THE QUIZ

Students will then do vocab part 3 (Google Classroom) and read section 4 (47-65) of

2 May 2016: We will review guided reading and vocab. Students will then begin Section 4 (47-65).

Section 2 & 3 quiz + vocab part 2 tomorrow.

29 April 2016: Students will finish guided reading questions.

28 April 2016: Students will work on:

IR #7 (Click to Submit)

Reading

27 April 2016: Students will finish Section 2 (14-28). We will then discuss Birkenau, Auschwitz, the railcars, and Dr. Mengele. Students will then work on the 2nd set of vocab and begin reading p. 29-46.

26 April 2016: Students will begin by writing 300 words about what they would bring with them in the event of a forced evacuation (Bellringer button, due by the end of class). Students will then begin reading pages 14-28 of

25 April 2016: We will review Section One of

21 April 2016: The bellringer will be to submit the Quizlet vocab link. We will will then study for the quiz.

Click this link for NIGHT INTRO QUIZ

Students will then finish:

Night Section One Questions (Google Classroom)

Creative Writing #8 (Due tonight at 11:59 p.m.)

20 April 2016: Student will read pages 3-14 then answer questions (Google Classroom). Students will then have time to finish

19 April 2016: We will finish anti-Semitism questions and go over

18 April 2016: Today we will finish the Holocaust video and begin Anti-Semitism and author questions (Google Classroom).

14-15 April: Holocaust Intro

13-20 April: Research Presentations

5-12 April: PARCC Testing and Research Presentations.

4 April 2016: Presentations begin today. Fill out the form below:

RESEARCH PRESENTATION SUBMISSION

30 March 2016: Students will begin working on research presentation (Google Classroom).

29 March 2016: Students will take the Illinois Youth Survey.

22 March 2016: Students will review rubric. We will then look at online grammar checkers. Final draft is due Wednesday at the end of class.

21 March 2016: Students will peer review and continue working on final draft.

16 March 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish intros and conclusions. Students will then use the documents in Google Classroom to complete the rough draft of their research papers.

15 March 2016: Students will work on Introduction and Conclusion paragraphs. Instructions may be found on Google Classroom.

14 March 2016: Students will finish body paragraph outline. When finished

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT

Everyone should submit, even if you are not finished.

11 March 2016: Students will continue to work on the Reseach Outline. The outlines will be due at the end of class on Monday.

10 March 2016: After the bellringer, students will work on Creative Writing #5. Students will then continue to work on the research outline.

9 March 2016: We will continue to work on the research outline.

8 March 2016: We will look at rules for academic writing and transitions. We will then begin working on the outline for our research papers.

7 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish signal phrases. Students will then revise sources and work on creative writing.

2 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at signal phrases.

1 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at a sample research paper to explore how outside information is used and incorporated into a paper. When finished, we will discuss signal phrases and their use in research writing.

29 Feb. 2016: Students will finish SOURCE/NOTES sheet.

25 Feb. 2016: After discussing due dates and expectations, students will continue to document sources and notes.

23 Feb. 2016: Students will finish research graphic organizer. Once finished, students will begin documenting source and notes (paper handout).

22 Feb. 2016: Students will finish the graphic organizer, then students will find sources for research.

18 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will read IR books then complete IR journal form (homework page).

17 Feb. 2016: Students will continue pre-search.

16 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, we will discuss what the research paper will be about. We will then talk about GALE before beginning preliminary research.

11 Feb. 2016: Finish CW#3, then do presearch (google classroom).

9/10 Feb. 2016: Research Test

8 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at "Evaluating Sources" (Google Classroom). We will then review for the test tomorrow (See

5 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish the "Evaluating Sources" page. Students will then make source citations for articles from:*Night*p. 65-84, then begin Section 5 questions (Google Classroom).SUBMIT VOCAB HERE.

4 May 2016: Students will finish Part 3 Vocab then read

*Night*46-65 and answer the guided reading questions.3 May 2016: We will study for the quiz, then we will take the quiz.

CLICK HERE FOR THE QUIZ

Students will then do vocab part 3 (Google Classroom) and read section 4 (47-65) of

*Night*.2 May 2016: We will review guided reading and vocab. Students will then begin Section 4 (47-65).

Section 2 & 3 quiz + vocab part 2 tomorrow.

29 April 2016: Students will finish guided reading questions.

28 April 2016: Students will work on:

IR #7 (Click to Submit)

Reading

*Night*(19-28, 29-46 + GR ?s in Google Classroom)*Night*Vocab #2 (Click to Submit)27 April 2016: Students will finish Section 2 (14-28). We will then discuss Birkenau, Auschwitz, the railcars, and Dr. Mengele. Students will then work on the 2nd set of vocab and begin reading p. 29-46.

26 April 2016: Students will begin by writing 300 words about what they would bring with them in the event of a forced evacuation (Bellringer button, due by the end of class). Students will then begin reading pages 14-28 of

*Night*.25 April 2016: We will review Section One of

*Night*(including Guided Reading Questions). We will then begin reading Section Two of*Night*.21 April 2016: The bellringer will be to submit the Quizlet vocab link. We will will then study for the quiz.

Click this link for NIGHT INTRO QUIZ

Students will then finish:

Night Section One Questions (Google Classroom)

Creative Writing #8 (Due tonight at 11:59 p.m.)

20 April 2016: Student will read pages 3-14 then answer questions (Google Classroom). Students will then have time to finish

*Night*Section One Vocab and Anti-Semitism ?s. There will be a quiz tomorrow (see HOMEWORK page for details.

19 April 2016: We will finish anti-Semitism questions and go over

*Night*author information (Google Classroom). Students will then create a Quizlet study set for Part 1 Vocabulary (Google Classroom). Anti-Semitism questions and Quizlet set need to be finished by the beginning of class on Thursday. We will have a quiz over anti-Semitism, author info, and vocab on Thursday.18 April 2016: Today we will finish the Holocaust video and begin Anti-Semitism and author questions (Google Classroom).

14-15 April: Holocaust Intro

13-20 April: Research Presentations

5-12 April: PARCC Testing and Research Presentations.

4 April 2016: Presentations begin today. Fill out the form below:

RESEARCH PRESENTATION SUBMISSION

30 March 2016: Students will begin working on research presentation (Google Classroom).

29 March 2016: Students will take the Illinois Youth Survey.

22 March 2016: Students will review rubric. We will then look at online grammar checkers. Final draft is due Wednesday at the end of class.

21 March 2016: Students will peer review and continue working on final draft.

16 March 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish intros and conclusions. Students will then use the documents in Google Classroom to complete the rough draft of their research papers.

15 March 2016: Students will work on Introduction and Conclusion paragraphs. Instructions may be found on Google Classroom.

14 March 2016: Students will finish body paragraph outline. When finished

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT

Everyone should submit, even if you are not finished.

11 March 2016: Students will continue to work on the Reseach Outline. The outlines will be due at the end of class on Monday.

10 March 2016: After the bellringer, students will work on Creative Writing #5. Students will then continue to work on the research outline.

9 March 2016: We will continue to work on the research outline.

8 March 2016: We will look at rules for academic writing and transitions. We will then begin working on the outline for our research papers.

7 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish signal phrases. Students will then revise sources and work on creative writing.

2 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at signal phrases.

1 March 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at a sample research paper to explore how outside information is used and incorporated into a paper. When finished, we will discuss signal phrases and their use in research writing.

29 Feb. 2016: Students will finish SOURCE/NOTES sheet.

25 Feb. 2016: After discussing due dates and expectations, students will continue to document sources and notes.

23 Feb. 2016: Students will finish research graphic organizer. Once finished, students will begin documenting source and notes (paper handout).

22 Feb. 2016: Students will finish the graphic organizer, then students will find sources for research.

18 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will read IR books then complete IR journal form (homework page).

17 Feb. 2016: Students will continue pre-search.

16 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, we will discuss what the research paper will be about. We will then talk about GALE before beginning preliminary research.

11 Feb. 2016: Finish CW#3, then do presearch (google classroom).

9/10 Feb. 2016: Research Test

8 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, we will look at "Evaluating Sources" (Google Classroom). We will then review for the test tomorrow (See

**Homework Page for details, or Google Classroom for study guide).5 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish the "Evaluating Sources" page. Students will then make source citations for articles from:

http://www.ushmm.org/

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/index.htm

http://www.usatoday.com/

**When finished, students will work on unfinished assignments, Creative Writing #3, or Independent Reading #2.**

4 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish their IR journals and begin working on RELIABLE SOURCES (Google Classroom). Students will use the link in the HOMEWORK TAB to submit IR journals.

3 Feb. 2016: Students will use class time to read their IR books.

2 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will read a NEWSELA article, take a test, and then we will continue discussing plagiarism.

1 Feb. 2016: Students will finish Plagiarism work, then we will reiew.

29 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish the Plagiarism worksheet. We will then discuss mini-research 1 & 2.

28 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will do the following:

FINISH mini -research part 2 (before class ends)

FINISH creative writing 2 (before 11:59 p.m.)

BEGIN plagiarism worksheet (Google Docs)

CLICK HERE to post answers to mini research PART 2

27 Jan. 2016: When students are finished with Mini Research Part 2, we will begin discussing plagiarism.

CLICK HERE to post answers to mini research part 1.

26 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will work on Mini Research Part 2 (if they have finished with Part 1). Both are in Google Classroom.

25 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will continue working on mini-research part 1. When most students are finished, students will begin mini-research part 2.

22 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will discuss what is due by 8 AM tomorrow morning. We will then discuss in-text citations, review MLA source citations, and then we will begin a mini-research assignment involving paraphrasing and parenthetical citation.

21 Jan. 2016: Students will work on the bellringer, then we will review paraphrasing. Once finished, we will begin a mini-research assignment.

14 Jan. 2016: Students will work on the first Creative Writing of the semester. It is due by midnight tonight. When finished, students should research potential Independent Reading books.

13 Jan. 2016: After studying, we will take a quiz. We will then discuss independent reading and creative writing. We will briefly discuss the "mini research" projects and paraphrasing at the end of class.

12 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will review the research vocab (

11 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, work on MLA Electronic Sources:Practice in your Google Classroom.

8 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish the "Where-To" worksheet, review research vocab, and discuss the importance of citation. If we have time, we will begin creating more sample Electronic Source Citations. (!!!)

7 January 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish reviewing research intro notes. We will then discuss MLA Citation Information for Electronic Sources.4 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will finish their IR journals and begin working on RELIABLE SOURCES (Google Classroom). Students will use the link in the HOMEWORK TAB to submit IR journals.

3 Feb. 2016: Students will use class time to read their IR books.

2 Feb. 2016: After the bellringer, students will read a NEWSELA article, take a test, and then we will continue discussing plagiarism.

1 Feb. 2016: Students will finish Plagiarism work, then we will reiew.

29 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish the Plagiarism worksheet. We will then discuss mini-research 1 & 2.

28 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will do the following:

FINISH mini -research part 2 (before class ends)

FINISH creative writing 2 (before 11:59 p.m.)

BEGIN plagiarism worksheet (Google Docs)

CLICK HERE to post answers to mini research PART 2

27 Jan. 2016: When students are finished with Mini Research Part 2, we will begin discussing plagiarism.

CLICK HERE to post answers to mini research part 1.

26 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will work on Mini Research Part 2 (if they have finished with Part 1). Both are in Google Classroom.

25 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, students will continue working on mini-research part 1. When most students are finished, students will begin mini-research part 2.

22 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will discuss what is due by 8 AM tomorrow morning. We will then discuss in-text citations, review MLA source citations, and then we will begin a mini-research assignment involving paraphrasing and parenthetical citation.

21 Jan. 2016: Students will work on the bellringer, then we will review paraphrasing. Once finished, we will begin a mini-research assignment.

14 Jan. 2016: Students will work on the first Creative Writing of the semester. It is due by midnight tonight. When finished, students should research potential Independent Reading books.

13 Jan. 2016: After studying, we will take a quiz. We will then discuss independent reading and creative writing. We will briefly discuss the "mini research" projects and paraphrasing at the end of class.

12 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will review the research vocab (

*from*research notes). We will then look at the source citations from yesterday. When finished, we will review discuss the independent reading project and the creative writing assignments. We will then review for the quiz tomorrow.11 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, work on MLA Electronic Sources:Practice in your Google Classroom.

8 Jan. 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish the "Where-To" worksheet, review research vocab, and discuss the importance of citation. If we have time, we will begin creating more sample Electronic Source Citations. (!!!)

7 January 2016: After the bellringer, we will finish reviewing research intro notes. We will then discuss MLA Citation Information for Electronic Sources.

**1/6/15: After the bellringer, we will review research notes. We will then work on source cards.**

1/5/15: After the bellringer, we will discuss the research unit. We will then begin research notes.

1/4/15: Today we will look at new classroom policies. We will also review class procedure and begin thinking about the research process.1/5/15: After the bellringer, we will discuss the research unit. We will then begin research notes.

1/4/15: Today we will look at new classroom policies. We will also review class procedure and begin thinking about the research process.